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Published: Thursday, Feb. 10 2011 10:00 p.m. MST

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Ann Arbor, MI

Slow news day i guess.

BYU Deek
Spanish Fork, UT

Slow news day? I guess whenever a BYU article is posted there's not enough for you to do in Michigan. You have to respond, and more often than not, you're one of the first responders. Hedge, we love hearing from you. Your worn out rants about BYU's supposed "Nothingness" really crack us up. The way someone can care so much about a team that, to him, isn't supposed to mean anything. All it does is cement the fact that most people that claim to be Ute fans are really BYU haters first, like yourself. So, I hope the Utes do well in the PAC, but I guess to you that's not as important as BYU doing poorly at whatever they do.

Bottom Line
Draper, UT

BYU Deek,

I am just glad to see that she is still hanging in there. I have gotten used to seeing her rants every day and may miss them if she stopped posting.

Hayden, ID

We all wish Coach sloan well. He is a great coach and a great person! Now can we please get back to how great Jimmer and the Cougars are? lol

Springville, UT

Is there any chance that Sloan will come work for the Cougs as a consultant?

He could be exactly what we need to make a push for the title. We know we've got the ingredients to win it all with great guard play, strong rebounding, and defense. All we need is one more X factor and I can smell a deep run in the tourney.

Big Hapa
Kaysville, UT

Like Jerry Sloan, Rogers is a true team player.

RE: Hondo

Yes, now that would be sweet Sloan with all his colorful adjectives. Wow, Crazy talk, but it would be cool.

Love Sloan and Love the Blue Cougs.

Poly Cougar Nation

Bountiful, Utah

Rose should save some of his tears for Boylen. It's coming.

Lubbock, TX

Rose is sad that now there aren't any coaches in SLC with a winning record.

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